energúmeno translation | Spanish-English dictionary



, a      sm/f  
1    (=loco)   madman/madwoman  
ponerse como un energúmeno*      to get mad  
2    (=gritón)   loud and irascible person
3      (Pol)   fanatic, extremist
4    (=poseso)   person possessed of the devil
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'energúmeno' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
ponerse como un energúmeno
ponerse como un energúmeno
[US];[Vulg.] (IDIOMS)
ponerse como un energúmeno
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"energúmeno": examples and translations in context
- Mejor guárdate tus ideas, - Idiotas, energúmeno. When it's time for trade, we won't show up but rob their goods.
No tenía ni idea del energúmeno que es. I had no idea he was such a monster.
Y lo estaré mientras no me eches encima a ese energúmeno chiflado. And I won't unless you ever decide to sic that knife-happy little junkie on me.
Tengo al pequeño energúmeno aquí mismo. I have the little beggar right here.
Ya no te robarás nuestras nueces, energúmeno. You're not taking our nuts anymore, you big palooka.
El mejor ejemplo es mi hija Rong, que se casó con un energúmeno. You have to be insane to marry such a loser, like Jin-Rong's husband.
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